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March 2014
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Executive Director's Column
Arts Boards and Public Funding
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
Legislative Update
Arts Policy News
State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Research on Demand
State Arts Agency FY2014 Revenues
More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
NASAA Resources

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Executive Director's Column
Arts Boards and Public Funding
Robert Booker, Arizona Commission on the Arts

Arts organizations around the country receive funding from state arts agencies. Can their board members help leaven the public-funding dough? You bet, says guest columnist Bob Booker . . . Read more

Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • NASAA Web Seminar: Federal Budget Briefing
  • Updated Policy Brief: Why Should Government Support the Arts?
  • Lend Your Unique Support
  • New NEA Issue Briefs on Economic Impact of Arts and Culture
  • Evaluating Arts Education by Course Availability and Student Participation Rates
  • State Management of Revenue Uncertainty
  • Karen Hanan Is New Executive Director in Washington
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Legislative Update
Arts Policy News
Isaac Brown

Current arts policy news includes President Obama's intention to nominate Jane Chu to head the National Endowment for the arts, a tax reform proposal that would alter the deduction for charitable contributions, and release of the president's fiscal year 2015 budget proposal . . . Read more

State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch

Maine's creative aging program . . . Georgia's innovative approach to capacity building . . . North Dakota's Trails & Rails residency . . .  Read more

Research on Demand
State Arts Agency FY2014 Revenues
Henry Clapp

NASAA collects information on state arts agency revenues twice annually. The most recent survey collected details on states' fiscal year 2013 and 2014 budgets. In addition to these facts, NASAA can customize data to help you answer questions from your council, legislators, the press or the public . . .  Read more

More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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